CEB offers you hundreds of hours of programs to help you fulfill MCLE special requirements in Legal Ethics, Competence Issues, and Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society. We also offer a six-hour Ethics Plus! package that fulfills your required subjects requirements.
Join ethics expert Mark Tuft for a discussion of the top changes and developments in legal ethics that all California attorneys need to know.
1.5 Hours MCLE Credit, including 1.5 Hours in Legal Ethics
To maintain competence, it is crucial for attorneys to identify, manage, and reduce stress in a healthy manner. This seminar will examine the effects that chronic stress can have on your law practice, your health, and your life, and discuss ten simple and practical approaches to help deal with that stress.
1 Hour MCLE Credit
Our esteemed panelists discuss the legal and practical aspects of international relocations both to and from the United States. In particular, they focus on why it is important for family lawyers to understand the divergence (for a host of political, cultural and religious reasons) between the letter of the law and its application in many foreign countries.
1 hour MCLE Credit, including 1 hour Family Law Specialization Credit and 0.5 hours Elimination of Bias
Join us for a discussion of brain chemistry, personality traits of attorneys, and characteristics of the legal profession that put attorneys at high risk of burnout and addiction. Strategies to cope with the stress of law practice and resources get help for yourself or your colleagues will be shared.
1 Hour MCLE Credit, including 1 hour of Competence
The new California Rules of Professional Conduct expand what fees must be deposited into a trust account. This program will cover what fees need to go into a trust account under the new rules, how to administer a trust account, and how to address the trust accounting requirements in your fee agreement.
1.5 Hours MCLE Credit including 1.5 Hours in Legal Ethics
The sixth year of this annual program is designed to identify, highlight, analyze and discuss interactions between cultural values and legal norms, and teach practitioners how to respect and implement cultural motivations in family law transactions and litigation without offending California public policies.
6 MCLE Credits, including 6 Hours Family Law Specialization
Special Requirements: 1 hour in Ethics, 1 in Elimination of Bias
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